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Books are estimated to be shipping in mid to late December 2023.
“I started my blog, Clusterfuck Nation, almost twenty years ago to chronicle the week-by-week process of our collapsing civilization… What I had not anticipated in The Long Emergency was how badly the process of collapse would disorder the minds of the whole American population and, with that, the consensus about reality.” —James Howard Kunstler, CrazyLand
Praise for Too Much Magic: Wishful thinking, Technology and the Fate of the Nation:
“Kunstler brilliantly shows us what a pickle we’re in and how inept we are at dealing with it.” —Publishers Weekly
Praise for The Long Emergency:
“What sets The Long Emergency apart… is its comprehensive sweep, its powerful integration of science and technology, economics and finance, international politics, and social change… Kunstler is such a compelling and sometimes eloquent writer that it is hard to put this book down.” —American Scientist
Praise for the four-book World Made by Hand Series:
“… attention-grabbing and provocative, but also lyrical, tender, and comic—a vision of a future of America that is becoming more and more convincing and perhaps even desirable with each passing day.” — Goodreads on A History of the Future
“Kunstler skewers everything from kitsch to greed, prejudice, bloodshed, and brainwashing in this wily, funny, rip-roaring, and profoundly provocative page-turner…” — Booklist on A History of the Future
“Richly imagined… reminded me of Larry McMurtry’s Lonesome Dove, set in the dystopian world of The Road.” — New York Journal of Books on The Witch of Hebron
“… an impassioned and invigorating tale whose ultimate message is one of hope, not despair.” — The San Francisco Chronicle on World Made By Hand
“The thrilling conclusion to Kunstler’s beloved series, The Harrows of Spring is a powerful, moving tale of insurrection, survival, and what it means to be human.” — Goodreads on The Harrows of Spring